‘Transgender’ Male Is BEATING Out Girl Athletes…Yet There Is No ‘Transitioning’ Happening!

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There is a serious debate going on about the “fairness” of having a biological teen boy, who feels like a girl, compete with the girls in a sport. This has become a major problem for a particularly popular high school girl who is a track star hailing from New Britain, Connecticut. Folks are up in arms about her losing her first place spot to a boy who “identifies” as a girl, but of course, retains all the physical prowess of a male athlete.

That establishes a problem.

Kate Hall is a junior at Stonington High School, has worked hard over the years to be at the leading top of her sport, that was until this year when everything was turned upside down. This year she has routinely lost her coveted spot on top because of an opposing teams athlete, who is biologically a boy, but claims to be transgender, is now competing with the girls.

The transgender freshman is Andraya Yearwood, 15, and he is a biological male ‘identifying’ as a female. He had received the go-ahead join the Cromwell High girls track team, even though he was competing with the boys while attending middle school.

And what do you know? He’s beating ALL the girls. Go figure.

Not only has Yearwood defeated his female opponents, but has completely CRUSHED them.

“Andraya’s times in the 100 and the 200 are fast. A year ago, her 11.99 in the 100 would have won the Class M title and put her second at the State Open, .01 seconds behind the winning time. And Andraya ran Wednesday in cold conditions, and without starting blocks. She is expected to get faster.”

Yearwood actually had the nerve to brag to the media about beating the actual female athletes:

“It feels really good. I’m really happy to win both titles. I kind of expected it. I’ve always gotten first, so I expected it to some extent. … I’m really proud of it.”

What is especially disturbing is that Yearwood is still a boy. Not just biologically, but in every way because he has taken zero steps into actually turning his body closer to female. The freshman kid is muscular, and even can be seen with the beginnings of a mustache!

Kate Hall was the top female athlete before Yearwood showed up on the scene, and seems dejected by the fact that she will forever lose to a “girl” who is in completely a male athlete.

“There’s not much I can do,” Hall expressed after losing to Yearwood, “Second doesn’t work for me. Yeah, it does, in a way, for the team. But you come into a state championship meet looking to win a state title. I had an awesome chance. I could have done a lot of things (differently). If I’d run my best, I could have won it.”

“It’s frustrating, but that’s just the way it is now.

Even the next generation has given up on common sense, even though they feel inside that something just isn’t right about this protected class of transgenders. Its about the feelings of the few, and screw the rest if you trample on their sunshine.

Jeff Jacob of the Hartford Courant raised an crucial question about Yearwoods participation in female sports, as well as any other transgender male who takes advantage of the unfairness.

“Humanity counts. So does biology. For me, somebody who has observed sports and written about all kinds of athletes for four decades, the integrity of the state competition for these two races Tuesday was compromised.”

No duh, people.

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